Jason Livingston IALD, LC, LEED Green Associate [Principal]
Jason directs our consulting at Studio T+L and is responsible for the overall planning, programming and design of our projects. Jason has over 20 years of experience as a theatrical and architectural lighting designer and theatre consultant. Jason has designed and managed projects ranging from 99 seat black box theatres to 4,100 seat municipal theatres and everything in between. His architectural lighting design work ranges from high-end retail, university libraries, and performing arts centers to private residences and commercial offices.
Jason is the author of Designing With Light: The Art, Science, and Practice of Architectural Lighting Design, published by John Wiley and Sons. Jason is also a member of the IES Color Committee and a co-author of their Color and Illumination Design Guide. Jason has taught theatrical and architectural lighting design in New York City for two decades. He currently teaches architectural lighting design at Parsons School of Design and Pratt Institute. He has also taught stage lighting at New York University and architectural lighting at Fashion Institute of Technology.
Jason holds a BFA in Theatre Arts from University of Miami and an MFA in Lighting Design from New York University. He is a member of United Scenic Artists Local 829, Illuminating Engineering Society, and International Association of Lighting Designers.
Paul Bartlett [Associate]
In the course of his career he has been a stage hand, actor, director, designer and manager. Paul has over 25 years of lighting design and production management experience. He has been a production coordinator at Brooklyn Academy of Music, and for 15 years was production manager/tour manager with Columbia Artists Management for over 20 national tours involving such companies as the Russian National Ballet, Opera Verdi Europa, and Pipes and Drums of the Black Watch. Prior to his touring work, Paul spent 5 years as the Production Manager of the Powerhouse Theater at Vassar College and worked at the Hartford Stage Company.
Paul holds a BA in Theater and History from Vasser College and an MFA in Lighting Design from New York University. He is a member of United Scenic Artists Local 829.
Lenore Doxsee [Associate]
Lenore is an accomplished designer of opera, dance, theatre and museums. Since 1998 she is a lighting design assistant at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York City where she has assisted in designing and implementing many exhibits including Brazil, Frank Gehry, Armani and 1900. At the Guggenheim Lenore is responsible for fixture and lamp choices, fixture research and design mock-ups. She has also worked at the Cooper Hewitt Museum and on the America's Smithsonian National Tour.
Lenore also has over 20 years of experience as a theatre lighting and scenery designer. She is the resident lighting designer for Target Margin Theater where she received an Obie Award for their production of Mamba's Daughters in 1998. Regionally and abroad she has designed for Indiana Repertory Theatre, Syracuse Stage Company, , La Jolla Playhouse, Singapore Repertory Theatre, and many others. Her designs for opera have been seen at New York City Opera, Glimmerglass Opera, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Pittsburgh Opera, Spoleto USA and elsewhere. She has also designed for choreographers Miguel Gutierrez, Jennifer Monson, Karen Sherman, Morgan Thorsen and others.
Since 1992 Lenore has dedicated part of her career to training the next generation of designers. She teaches design at New York University in the Department of Drama, Undergraduate and has taught design at Williams College and the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
Lenore holds a BA in Theatre Arts from Williams College and an MFA in Lighting Design from New York University. She is a member of United Scenic Artists Local 829.
Ed McCarthy [Associate]
Ed brings a wealth of stage, concert and television lighting experience to every project we undertake. He is currently the Associate Lighting Designer for all companies of Mama Mia! in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. He adapted the lighting for Corem Boy, the British import from the National Theatre in London, for Broadway. He designed the 2005 Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular and was the Associate Lighting Designer for Irving Berlin's White Christmas. Ed's other Broadway credits include Associate Lighting Designer on Wonderful Town, The Phantom of the Opera, Dame Edna The Royal Tour, and Dance of the Vampires. His work at regional theatres includes the Irving Berlin revue I Love A Piano! at the Denver Center, and two seasons at Actor's Theatre of Louisville. Ed has also designed concerts at Carnegie Hall and other venues for some of entertainment's brightest stars, including Judy Collins, Ben Vereen, and Marvin Hamlisch.
Ed has been the Lighting Director for numerous telecasts of the Grammy Awards, Latin Grammys, Tony Awards, Daytime Emmy Awards, and Kennedy Center Honors. At PBS, he was a Lighting Director for Live From Lincoln Center for six years. Ed teaches television lighting in the Department of Design for Stage and Film at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts.
Ed holds a BS in Business and an MFA in Lighting Design from New York University. He is a member of United Scenic Artists Local 829 and International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees Local 1.